Stepping Out In Faith!

Hello, everyone! Today we are talking about stepping out in faith and following Jesus. We all know that taking a step of faith can be difficult and nerve racking, but it is also incredibly rewarding.

The Bible tells us that “without faith it is impossible to please God” (Hebrews 11:6), so this journey begins with faith. We need faith to believe that God’s plan for us is greater than any plans we have for ourselves.

Once we have faith and know that God has our best interests at heart, then we can start to walk in obedience to Him. This means doing the things He has commanded us to do, like loving and serving others. When we obey His commands, we learn to trust in Him more and more, even if we don’t always understand why.

The Bible also tells us that following Jesus involves sacrifice. Jesus said that if we want to be His disciples, then we must “deny ourselves, take up our cross daily, and follow [Him]” (Luke 9:23). To deny ourselves means to put aside our own desires and wants in order to do what is right. We can’t always do what is easy, or what may make us happy, but rather what is right in God’s eyes.

We must also have courage when stepping out in faith. The Bible says that “God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind” (2 Timothy 1:7). So even when we are afraid of the unknown or unsure about the future, we can lean on God for strength and guidance.

Ultimately, stepping out in faith and following Jesus is a deeply personal journey. It requires trust, obedience, sacrifice, and courage, but it will also bring us closer to God and provide us with joy, peace, and purpose. So I encourage you today to take a step of faith in following Jesus. He will never let you down.

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